Corinne Bailey Rae, joined by more than 100 mourners, including producer Mark Ronson, gathered in a Leeds church Wednesday afternoon to pay final respects to the songbird's late husband.
The crowd had assembled at St. George's Church for the service honoring Jason Rae, the 31-year-old jazz musician who died last month from a suspected drug overdose.
The 29-year-old widow was the last to leave the service, where she cut a noticeably gaunt figure. The Grammy winner kept her head down for the duration of her walk from the church to a waiting car.
A hearse parked outside the grounds bore the word "Jason" spelled out in white flowers.
Per the Daily Mail, after the roughly 90-minute funeral memorial, family and friends congregated in the nearby Wardrobe bar for a wake, the same location where Corinne and Jason held their wedding reception seven years ago.
Ronson was among those attending the wake, having been a collaborator with the late Rae's band, Haggis Horns. In February, the group supported Ronson and Amy Winehouse during their performance at the Brit Awards, England's answer to the Grammys.
Last week, Ronson commented on the saxophonist's death, calling it "such a sad, sad thing...he was an incredible dude, a lovely gentleman, one of the funniest f--king people ever."
Rae was found dead in a Leeds apartment nearly two weeks ago. While a coroner testified in an inquest last week that a drug overdose was the most likely cause of death, a postmortem exam was inconclusive and police are currently awaiting the results of a toxicology report.